The premium television channel AT-X announced on Friday that the eighth episode of the So, I Can't Play H! (Dakara Boku wa, H ga Dekinai.) anime has been delayed due to its "late production schedule." The official website for the anime also confirmed the news.
Instead of running the eighth episode twice on Friday, August 24, AT-X will run a compilation episode. AT-X will premiere the eighth episode on Tuesday, August 28, followed by reruns on Friday, August 31. Future episodes will premiere on Tuesdays, instead of on Fridays as before.
The other channels that run the anime will delay episodes 8 through 12 by one week.
Crunchyroll is streaming the anime as it airs in Japan, and Sentai Filmworks licensed the anime for release in North America.
well i just finished watching the third episode and i think i see how it's going to go. a new hot female shinigami to face off against in every episode.i'm not complaning about it mind you. just an observation.
i am going to complain about the choosen methode of censorship though. i mean why block out a huge section of the screen with a big ole rectangle or triangle or whatever shape they come up with when a small pixilated area would do the trick? well that's all i got to say about that. i'm sure you've heard it all before.
i do like everything else bout it. it's a fun story with lots of pretty girls. it also a very good job of animation. very clean line, no ruff edges, and the back ground is sharp with no blurry or fadeing or twitchy bits as the scene moves along.
The Japanese publisher Fujimi Shobo began streaming a television commercial for the original anime Blu-ray Disc that will be bundled with the limited edition of Shō Okagiri's fourth Dakara Boku-ha, H ga Dekinai. (So, I Can't Play H!) manga volume next March. The Blu-ray will feature an episode that will not air during the television anime's run.
The same staff that is producing the television series is producing the original Blu-ray anime episode as well. The ad promotes the scenes in the episode that "will stir male instincts."
The ad notes that the third volume of the manga will go on sale on September 8, and the ninth volume of Pan Tachibana's original light novel series will go on sale on September 20.
Crunchyroll is streaming the television anime version as it airs in Japan, and Sentai Filmworks licensed the anime for release in North America.